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Hilary Stagg

Musical Artist from United States of America

Hilary Stagg (1957-1999) was an American musician. With a high school band sousaphone background, Hilary Stagg (named for Sir Edmund Hillary, the famous mountaineer) was an electrician when in his mid-twenties he attended an Andreas Vollenweider concert. He was enthralled, and so inspired that he purchased a small harp. He tried formal lessons but quickly decided he would learn to play the harp a different way. Hilary practiced lucid dreaming and developed a way of dancing with the Muse in his dreams, a way of exploring and composing music in his "sleep" that became the core of his compositions. As he experimented, Hilary developed a gentle, yet powerful, melodic style that gave new meaning to soothing and relaxing music. He began performing regularly, refining his technique and confidence. The results of his labor and dedication can be heard on seven titles for Real Music, Beyond the Horizon, Feather Light, Dream Spiral, The Edge of Forever, Winter Magic (Christmas selections), Sweet Return and finally, Hilary Stagg ~ A Tribute. "When I first heard Hilary's music," says founder and president of Real Music, Terence Yallop, "I kept it playing all night. It has a unique rhythm,  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Stagg, Hilary
Date of birth
1957
Nationality
United States of America

Death

Date of death
1999

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